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Weather Conditions for Inverness at 3:50 pm GMT
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 3:50 pm GMT
Partly Cloudy, 4 C
Sat - Light Rain/Wind Late. High: 6, Low: 3
Sun - Rain/Wind. High: 10, Low: 6
Mon - Partly Cloudy/Wind. High: 7, Low: 4
Tue - Partly Cloudy. High: 6, Low: 2
Wed - PM Showers. High: 3, Low: 1
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Scottish Highlands are the mountainous regions of Scotland north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault.
The area is generally sparsely populated, with many mountain ranges dominating the region. Regional administrative centres include Inverness. The Highland Council is the administrative body for around 40% of this area; the remainder is divided between the council areas of Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyll and Bute, Moray, Perth and Kinross, and Stirling. Although the Isle of Arran administratively belongs to North Ayrshire, its northern part is generally regarded as part of the Highlands.
In traditional Scottish geography, the Highlands refers to that part of Scotland north-west of a line drawn from Dumbarton to Stonehaven, including the Inner and Outer Hebrides, parts of Perthshire and the County of Bute, but excluding Orkney and Shetland, Caithness, the flat coastal land of the Counties of Nairnshire, Morayshire and Banffshire, and most of East Aberdeenshire. This Highland area differed from the Lowlands by language and tradition, having preserved Gaelic speech and customs centuries after the anglicization of the latter. The cultural distinction between Highlander and Lowlander is first noted towards the end of the 14th century. The City of Inverness is usually regarded as the capital of the Highlands. However, there are several definitions of the Highland line, which create further confusion.
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